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PE and Sport Premium

The Canons CE Primary School - PE Funding Academic Year 2020 – 2021  

Funding received £21,321, plus £0 from underspend 2019/20 funding = TOTAL FUNDING  £21,321

Each year the DfE publish the Primary PE and Sport grant:   Conditions of Grant for Academic Year 2020 to 2021 document are that :-

 

The premium must be used to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils, in the 2020 to 2021 academic year, to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.

PE funding used for?

Amount Allocated to the intervention/ action?

Is this a new or continued activity?

Brief summary of the intervention or action

Specific intended outcomes: how will this intervention/ action improve achievements for pupils? What will it achieve if successful?

How will this activity be monitored, when and by whom?  How will success be evidenced?

Actual impact: What did the activity actually achieve?  If you plan to repeat this activity, what would you change to improve it next time?

Qualified sports coaches

 

£13,000

Continued service, but new activities each year.  Delivering PE curriculum to KS2 and KS1 Children

To encourage children into sport, showing them the potential they can achieve.  Building fitness, skills and knowledge of rules and strategies

Children access wide range of sports, developing skills and improve health and fitness. Running after school sports clubs. Increased uptake for clubs.

Participation lists. Applying for and gaining sports award.

Gained Bronze sports award.

Sports Association Membership

£180

Continued service.

Enables school to enter competitions in local area. Competition programme organisation.

 

 

 

Swimming lessons Nuneaton Leisure Trust

plus coach transport March 2020(before lockdown)

£160

Continued service, coach travel needed this year.

 

 

 

44 children out of 90 meet the National Curriculum requirements to swim competently over a distance of 25m, using a range of different strokes.

 

PE equipment

£210.30

New for upper school for new activities and to replace broken or worn equipment.

Floor markers, medicine balls, foam javelins, pocket dice and tennis balls.

Ensuring effective PE lessons can be delivered

Sports staff and class teachers to monitor from assessment results.

 

Orienteering equipment

£141.30

New.

To enable teaching of OAA in light of Covid restrictions on residential trips.

Enable teaching of OAA activities. More opportunities for children to participate.

Feedback from pupils and staff

 

PE notice board

£56

New.

To communicate afterschool activities and competition results to pupils.

Improved communication will encourage more participation.

Pupil voice and club attendance records.

 

 

The Canons CE Primary School - PE Funding Academic Year 2019 – 2020  

Funding received £21,321, plus £0 from underspend 2018/19 funding = TOTAL FUNDING  £21,321

Each year the DfE publish the Primary PE and Sport grant:   Conditions of Grant for Academic Year 2019 to 2020 document are that :-

 

The premium must be used to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils, in the 2018 to 2019 academic year, to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.

PE funding used for?

Amount Allocated to the intervention/ action?

Is this a new or continued activity?

Brief summary of the intervention or action

Specific intended outcomes: how will this intervention/ action improve achievements for pupils? What will it achieve if successful?

How will this activity be monitored, when and by whom?  How will success be evidenced?

Actual impact: What did the activity actually achieve?  If you plan to repeat this activity, what would you change to improve it next time?

Qualified sports coaches

 

£13,000

Continued service, but new activities each year.  Delivering PE curriculum to KS2 and KS1 Children

To encourage children into sport, showing them the potential they can achieve.  Building fitness, skills and knowledge of rules and strategies

Children access wide range of sports, developing skills and improve health and fitness. Running after school sports clubs. Increased uptake for clubs.

Participation lists. Applying for and gaining sports award.

Gained Bronze sports award.

Sports Association Membership

£180

Continued service.

Enables school to enter competitions in local area. Competition programme organisation.

 

 

 

Swimming lessons Nuneaton Leisure Trust

plus coach transport.

£2590

Continued service, coach travel needed this year.

 

 

 

42 children out of 90 meet the National Curriculum requirements to swim competently over a distance of 25m, using a range of different strokes.

 

Playground markings

£1645

New for upper school.

To encourage traditional playground games.

Increase in cooperative play, more active playtimes, less playground problems.

Playtime supervisors. Sports leaders.

 

Floodlights

£1080

New.

Floodlight to light up ball court during winter months.

Enable after school sports to continue even when it is dark. More opportunities for children to participate.

Feedback from pupils and staff

 

PE conference

£168

New activities each year.

CPD to help with delivery of varied sports/ preparation for OFSTED deep dive into subject.

Improved coaching in less confident areas of sport.

Pupil voice

 

Street Dance

£210

New after school class.

To provide ideas and training for sports staff to teach Street Dance.

Providing opportunity for wider groups of pupils to participate.

Sports staff and sports leaders to report back.

 

Sports equipment

£620

New

Soft balls, active maths equipment etc.

Enabling new sports to be taught in school and for maths intervention to be delivered actively.

Sports staff and class teachers to monitor from assessment results.

 

Dance Choreographer

 

 

 

 

 

 

£1700

New activity each year

A professional dance choreographer works one full day with each year group in order to share expertise and increase confidence in dance activities and produce a short performance to parents at the end of the day.

Increased confidence and enjoyment.

Feedback from staff and parents.

 

 

P.E. and Sport Funding 2018/19 Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

P.E. Funding 2017/18

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